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Glycomet 500 mg equals how many insulin units. What is the conversion ratio of sugar tablet ratio to human insulin units. Or How much does the glycomet 500 mg reduce blood sugar level on an average.
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Depends on how insulin resistant you are. No direct conversion to insulin units. There is a dose dependent relation to hba1c reduction
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Glycomet is a very good first line drug used in the management of diabetes. The percentage of blood sugar reduction varies person to person and is never the same for all patients. The same holds good for insulin. Every individual will have varying body needs and accordingly, the dose has to be calculated depending on the response to the drug. Hope this helps.
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